These days indigenous apps are becoming quite popular. First Twitter’s Indian option Koo App came and now Central Government’s instant messaging app Sandes is in the headlines these days. Let us know that the testing of this official messaging app is going on at the moment. Sandes app is being described as an alternative to WhatsApp. However, no official information has yet been revealed about when the central government will launch this app. But this app has gone live and it is expected that it can be launched soon.
Many features like WhatsApp
Let us know that many features of Sandes app are similar to popular messaging app WhatsApp. Users can send text messages through the Sandes app. Along with this, like WhatsApp, you can also make voice and video calls through this app. With this, users can also create groups. These features of Sandes are similar to those of WhatsApp. However, this app also has many such features, which are not even in WhatsApp. Android users can download the Sandes app via APK Link. At the same time, iOS or iPhone users can download directly from the App Store.
How secure is the data in the Sandes app
These days there is a lot of discussion about privacy. In such a situation, it is also important for the users to know how safe their data is in the Sandes app. Developers in the Apple App Store say that the Sandes app collects information such as contact information, name, country code, gender, profile photo, date of birth of users. However, the developers say that this data remains in the Indian government servers. All the messages in this app are said to be protected with end to end encryption.
Data will not be shared
Sandes App Security Features
At the same time, talking about the security features of the Sandes app, it does not currently have a fingerprint lock or screen lock feature. However, users get other privacy features such as Incognito Keyboard mode, screen security. Also, like the Signal App in Sandes, it does not know when the message sent has been read.
Source: Patrika : India's Leading Hindi News Portal by www.patrika.com.
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